Probably the most anti climactic footage ever but be patient...Blue dot appears in the lower right side of the screen after 30 seconds, flash appears
at 45 second point...you MUST go to youtube, HD and full screen...sorry
after "the flash" you can see a red "star" starting to appear in the upper left corner...
I pointed the camera straight up at the sky. At about 30 seconds in you can see the blue dot moving all over. It looks like a bug but is so
illuminated it shows on the film where as none of the stars do nor any other "bugs" illuminate like this does.
At about 45 seconds in there is a flash I though was heat lightening until I stopped the film there and caught these two round lights of different
Now these might be meteors but later that night I got 4 more single objects emitting bright flashes of light, one was a crescent shape and another was
an egg shape and I also got another "pair" of objects traveling together flashing the same bright light for just a split second and then no more.
Unfortunately when I tried to print screen and paste, in paint, the other "set" of lights did not turn out.
This is about 30 minutes later. I never moved the camera...the blue light shows up on full screen 30 seconds in, in the lower right side of the screen
and starts changing colors. You can see it FULL SCREEN , on HD on youtube
and if you look at the object through a magnifying glass THERE, fullscreen/HD you can easily see the very dramatic color changes this object goes
through. Brilliant royal blue to lighter blue, then bright white, yellow and decidedly red. Meanwhile, what I guess is a star, is constantly
glimmering red, in the far upper left of the screen.
If it is a satellite, why didn't I see it earlier?
The camera was set up for an hour.
Did as you said.....youtube link......full screen......HD
In my opinion it's a bug, firefly or the likes.........not a UFO......sorry
Thank you so much for taking the trouble to look. I know it is a PITA to wait for youtube to load HD...
But did you see the second clip 30 minutes later where the bug returns and begins changing colors?
Why are no other "bugs" illuminated to show up on the camera after 2 and a 1/2 hours of filming?
You would think I would get another bug???
Thanks for your reply.
Thank you so much MM!
I will look forward to your analysis and am prepared for whatever it may be. Look with some magnifying source at the last blue dot video, on high
def, full screen and you will see a symphony of color changes....
I recall seeing a satellite once over the Caribbean, through high powered binoculars, and it looked just like a pac-man symbol, a little C, that
changed colors in front of my eyes... so if this is a satellite I may be disappointed but it will have to suffice as an explanation.
Mama didn't raise no fool...just a very curious and stubborn girl.
In the first video there is a star 1/2 way up the screen just in from the edge. It stays in place until the 28-second mark then starts jumping around
as the camera starts moving. I would say that the blue dot "moving all over" is nothing but a brighter star such as Sirius or Arcturus. The
"movement" is caused by camera shake, not motion of the object.
Do you have the location, time, and approximate position of the brighter light in the sky? It would then be possible to check on something like
Your Sky to see if a bright star indeed was in that position.
I got this last night. Whatever it is it is moving like a lightning bolt. A bright flash and gone. Caught this still.
There was another flash that seemed to be a red round object. A meteor?
Other than this a whole lot of nothing.
Perhaps ball lightning in some of these but definitely NOT a plane. I have a plane taped and they're different. I saw 3 sets of objects in pairs like
the first pic which seemed odd. Flashes could be meteors.
So today I filmed around 9am. I got a strange angular cloud and an object of interest. I paused for every bird, bee, airplane and dragonfly. This
was first a bright lighted saucer shaped thing and fraction of second later reappears black. This happened fast as you can see in the video I'll post
after these pictures.
This got brighter than this but I could only catch it this much. Look in the lower right corner.
Now in the next frame 7 second later, it appears black.
Here is the video. Far lower right corner...At 8-9 second mark it is bright white (upon review- I can't see it) You can see it if you look closely in
the lower right corner of the photo above however...sorry.
Then at 15-16 seconds it flashes a little higher, black and vanishes.
I have the camera pointing straight up in the sky, on top of a ladder.
And these are clouds, behaving strangely, (2 white dots in middle r of screen) also recommend full screen/HD...
I am going to set the camera up again tonight, but later...between 3 and 5am.
I know. You are right. Many of the round type objects could be flares. Ball lightning and many other Earthly explanations.
There are 2 thing however, that make me think UFO's.
1. If you (short blue) enlarge the tiny blue light that comes in an out of frame and then comes back 30 minutes later, it is clearly stationary and
changing colors. Unless this is a satellite, there is NO other explanation.
2. Daytime footage shows an almond shaped object change from bright white to black.
When does that happen?... in nature, or daytime footage, of anything??
Unfortunately, there is not a lot of info to work with on there.
Therefore, I really don't know what to make of that one.
If pushed for an opinion, I might suggest it is an insect or some other small object close to the camera.
If you have a look at some of the excellent work by DepthOfField, you will see he has posted in detail about some of the strange video & photo effects
that can be caused by insects. Your description & pic's remind me a little of some of the "insect" cases we have reviewed in detail.
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